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t., gi 10_A.~. The Ma__ia_ koff News,Th___~day. Oet.____~,1981 Brink Barnett recently re-elected to board of directors of Trinity-Neches and water Brink Barnett of Cross Roads was Neches board of directors. Barnett The purpose of the 'rrinity-Neches to promote sound soil and water con- lands within the district and to serve as to enter into working recentlyI" re-elected to i the Tnmty- represents Zone 3 of the district. SWCD, r with headquartersrw in AthenS,z is servation programs on farm and ranch conservationa voice for farmerSmatters andand rancherSother issuesn privatemeSe governmentaaconcerns to carry ./.i-7 ..... .--. affecting private property rights of poses. [ o,o, llv..e LflTI.E TRANSFER & ST01 E I LaKe IrallS DUslness women landowners. As one of five individu~, I ~,~..~;;;~ ~o.~i~;o~;~` . hll/UUS LL o..., ~.. n..a-... I ,, ,, -~ x ~ ~ w The board of directors coordinates the district board of dir~l I ffh..,tla ,Dr .s...,--.,,,-.,I hnnt M l k tt Lil rnrv the conservation efforts of various will be responsible ford is [ : ,, I The Malakoff Public Librarywas the Betty Thomas, past president ofother organizations and has authority district program withinU 214-874-.,,,, , subject of the October meeting of the Malakoff Friends of the Library. Mrs. wffirr., wfrr ,of the Texas soil conserv I . . I Lake Trails Chapter of AmericanThomas explained how the locallibrary Wllllrlo" W rkP.1P law. _ ....... I --- --- Hlghwlff 31 Con.tins, TexmI a tneu Women's Association, Pc- operates and pointed out some of the ....... in Texas me.re ". --" tober 15 at the Harbor House different functions Of the libra,'- Mrs ,, , conservanon ms[nc . 1 , i = The ' am was deliv d b . "J ..... progr y Mrs Alma Jessie McLain, the current c|ass meetm subdivision of state 1 ri liffirj][j l] L president of Malakoff Friends of the organized by local agrk Library, was a special guest of the club 1[.I i-1.1,.I ! downers with the ass wb for the dinner meeting. IIUIIUII I UIIIUI Texas tate Oll .anu President Eva Wright presided over ............ ration Board. U nhke a short business meeting and those The wining worzers unaay cnooJ SUDOiVisions Ot Stace. . present were reminded that the next Class of the First Baptist Church of SWCDs do not have tm meeting will be November 19 The Cross Roads honored the senior citizens taxation or eminent dent program for November will be pz'esen- of Cross Roads with a banquet on servation programs ted by Mrs Fannie Mae Vernon, Saturday night, October 17tb. districts are of a voluntarY Navarre County TP&L Home Twenty senior citizens attended and landowner or operator, Economist Mrs Vernon will narrate a 16 members of the Sunday School class I-1 .-,,. _. slide program" concerning holiday were there as hosts_ Billy .Rid- qL;][*OS l OJl| foods. She will also be giving calendars mesperger was named " enior tAtizen i. ' = ' and holiday food recil es to the mem- of the Year." . ..... __senooa hers and guests pecm music was proviaea Dy Hamp All members of the club and other in- Manning and Frank and Linda Upchur- Oct. 26-30. terested persons are invited to attend ch and the re.ca, sage was brought.by BREAKFAfr the meeting which will begin at e:30 at u,r,o. Jack .All.ca; It was en[iz!ea Monday:Ir.~ervice. i the Harbor House. nangmg woria nu[ an unchanging Tuesday: Dry cereal, ju t~o~. . .... Wednesday: Toast, sa~ , ......... veryone reports having a goo milk i~;~:.~.:~_-_~_l?~:]~'i"time. Thursday: Pancakes, ju .,.,.IS N_OWv k FaV]l lT( h ! t___.___,__=_! I A Boy! Fr'day'Dnu 6 '" ]' : =-" ] ttoDert and Suzi Duron of Malakoff Monday: in Serv!.ce re, | { / / announce the birth of their son, Julian Tuesday: Steak fmge .. M Ik.~Ja.,IJL~IJIA~kJ ;R~:~II. ;~ ==iH;:E:A:~'JL2JLM ~I!~; i;| Christopber Duron, born Sunday, Pc-frenchfries, ligbtbreao,'; _ ,.eo e oo W .n.d.y .] [ County Memorial Hospital in Athens blackeyed peas, salsa, S D i Julian Cbristopher weighed 7 lb milk, jeilo :| ] oz at birth " Thursday: Chicken & | [ ~[ " " " English peas, carrotS, cr pudding. | Rib-Eye Steak, naked Potato, Salad.... $5.95 | u Trnmd-d Friday: Corny dog, / m m mmmmm Honor Roll pickles, cheese squares, r~ We've gust staeed Trinldad Elementary honor roll Trlnldad_. . .... 4th Grade A&B: Marie Bichelle, mmA-i n. Krystal Davis, Carrie Bankston, Wendy h/ t/ l '4 ...... ' Glaze, Talisa Polk. We figured by meting nlarw, we ceuld lem )w i 5th A: Suzarme Blan ord, Din,,, -"'--'--- I~tte. It's tort of a Farmm lend neillltl~ pelicy. Stevens, Angelia Sanders. 30 Our new address and phone number are litted 5th A&B" Cindy Bailey, Wesley Oct. ~" bet~. F~ f,~ to drop ~ ut ~ tmw~ and Boyde, Danny Co'an, Jeffery Hiler,Monday-In-service da.Y discuss yeer insurance helm. Lav M Tuesda V etable n Susie ery, James eDaniel, y. eg alP, ( aim latha m Agent Tirnmy Rainwater. sandwiches, fruit je.., ........... 6th A: Elesha Bankston, ShondaWednesday.Spaghe.z~) P.0, Box 1023 420 E. Royall Blvd. Crocker, Ryan Renteria. buttered peas, rolls ......... 6th A&B: Mike Airheart, Cory cookies, milk vnofle Jenkins, Angela Miller, C'had Roun- Thursday.Vegetablel Malakoff,Texas 75148 savall, macaroni & cheese, r ......n ........ e ..... 7th A: Tanya Estes. chilled pears, milk ra,uunet uu umnbc uuvu 7th A&B: Paul Criner, Bryan Hiler, Frlda Shannon Holt. fries, baked beans CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF COND|TION 8th A: Brent Hiler, Don ELsom. (Including Domestic Subsidiaries) - 8th A&B: Keith Brigace, MeUnda Mal LEGAL TITLE OF BANK Claiborn, Leo Stanton. Trinidad High School honor roll ' I2th A: Brad Elsom, Larry Parker. Citizens State Bank ' 12th A&B: Vicki Bell, Michelle , Fugate. CITY COUNTY ;TATE ZIP CODE llth A: Greg King, Jerry Ochoa. Malakoff Henderson Texas 1 75]48 llth A&B: Paul Alrheart, David Arnold, Steven Brigance, Jennifer I STATE BANK NO. [FEDERAL RESERVE DIST. NO. ]CLOSE OF BUSINESS DATE Chandler, Valerie Davis, Kindra Tiner. ] I 10th A: Lauri Bradley, Tatar Estes. 2130 l 1 ! } Sepl:etaber 30, 198l 10th A&B: Penny Johnston, Kristi .... I Jones, Amy Rounsavall, Mickey ASSETS Mtl. Thou. Stevens. 1. Cash and due 9thA: (none). 9th A&B: Karo] Sanford, Tara Thor- from banks. 2. Due from other depositories and all cash items in the process of collection, r 3. u.s, Treasury securltlea ................................................................. ............ 4. Obllgatlons of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations 5. Obligations of States and political subdivisions in the United States. 6. All other securities ............................................................................ 7. Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell 8. Total loans (including overdrafts totaling $ ..... , 76H" ) (From Schedule A, Item 8) ................. 9. Lease financing receivables . .................................................................. 10. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises 11. Real estate owned other than bank premises ..... 12. Letters of credit and customers' liability on acceptances outstanding 13. All other assets 14. TOTAL ASSETS {sum of items 1 thru 13) LIABILITIES 15. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .................................... 16. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 17. Deposits of United States Government 18. Deposits of States and political subdivisions in the United States 19. Due to banks ..... i ............................... : ............................................ 20. All other deposits ..... (Ip.c.lqd..e.s., 1, , 63H. kn.. .ow. ). 21. Certified and officers' checks 22. Total Deposits (sum of items 15 thru 21) .............................................. , ............IR a. Total demand deposits ...................................................... ] .1465 iiiiiii iiiiiil;iiii i iii b. Total time and savings deposits. ] t' l'~7~ i!ii!iiiiii~iii~ii~!~!!iiii!i 23. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase 24. Interest-bearing demand notes issued to the U.S. Treasury and other liabilities for borrowed money. 25. Mortgage Indebtedness for which the bank is directly liable 26. Unearned discount on loans 27. Letters of credit and acceptances outstanding 28. All other liabilities 29. TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated notes and debentures) (sum of Items 30. Subordinated notes and debentures. 31. Allowance for possible loan and investment losses l s37 32 5 .................. .,, .o. I00 6 None 7 521 s hlnne 9 98.5 10 42 None 12 .598 13 !i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiii!ii iiiii i)iii! 3 580 15 I9 I 16 27 l 18 None 19 1 563 20 57 21 84 ! 22 22a ii!i~iiiii!i!!ii!!iiii!iii!ii!!ii! 22b None 23 Nnno 24 Nnn~ 25 676 26 ..__.__.None 27 22 thru 28) ...........] q !!i.iiiii~iii!!iiiiii/;iiiiiiiiil EQUITY CAPITAL - f din 12,000 32. Common stock (No. o shares outStan g ) ......................................... 33. Certified surplus ............................................................................... ! 34. Undivided profits ....................................................................... - ....... 35. Uncertified surplus, reserve for contlngendies, and other capital reserves ............................. 36. TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of items 32 thru 35) .-._.__L 37: TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of items 29, 30, 31 and 36) ............................ 2 1 NOTE: This report must be slgned by an authorized officer and attested by not less than three directors other than the officer signing the report. 282 28 799 29 ._.._.__ 30 24O 32 290 33 238 34 q4 35 35 782 37 I, the undersigned officer, do hereby declare that this Report of Condition (including the supporting Icheduiel) has l~mn prepared In conformance with the in- structions and IS true to the best st my knowiedga and belief. SIGNATURE OF OFFICER AUTHORIZED TO SIGN REPORT JAREA CODE/TELEPHONE NO. IDATE SIGNED NAME TITLE OF OFFICER AUfHORIZED TO SIGN REPORT [ [ We the undersigned dtrecto~, attest the correctness of this Report of Con- dition (including the supporting schedules) and declare that it hls been ex- Denns P. Ha].Cer stained by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief has IXNm pre- " ' " Z' pared In conformance with the Instructions and Is true and correct. (MAKE MARK FOR State of .... exas , Cou erson ,as: NOTARY'S SEAL) Sworn to end subscribed before me thls ____ fg~L__. My commission expires ___J,L-24- NOtary Public. Oct. 26-30 Monday: In-service Tuesday: Battered sauce, tater tots with beans, bread, milk Wednesday: grated cheese, corn on cob, cookies, Thursday-Beef and salad, Spanish rice, brosia, milk Friday: Halloween burger on bun, frie~ with catsu JUNIOR Baskets served hamburgers ,occasional Snackcakos Breakfast served dally s Look for our new '82 advertisement in next Thursday's Car Care Speciol Edition. Hwy. 31 E. Athe0: Just past the Square